In 1993, the film “Judgment Night” was released. SPOILER ALERT: it is a film about the fear of losing white privilege through the characters portrayed by Emilio Estevez, Cuba Gooding Jr., Stephen Dorff, and Jeremy Piven.
Surprisingly, from the ashes of heightened mediocrity arose an amazing soundtrack, a collaboration of hip hop artists and their “rock” counterparts. Is there nothing a blend of black and white musicians in a corporate world can’t do?
This is notable, and not only that, it is further proof that math works in mysterious ways. Substitution and replacement are among the math theorems, which provide truth and magic to the merging of Fleetwood Mac and Journey. A side note, Fleetwood Mac is touring without Lindsey Buckingham later this year. Instead, Mike Campbell and Neil Finn will fill his vacant shoes.
If “Don’t Stop Believin’” by Journey can be mashed into The Beatles’ “Octopus’s Garden”. And if “Don’t Stop” by Fleetwood Mac can be mashed into the same Beatles song. By using the simple plane geometry theory of substitution, “Don’t Stop Believin'” and “Don’t Stop” should be compatible with each other. Nothing elaborate here, just good old math.
It is easy being vague. It is much harder to be truthful, especially if you’re going to hurt someone’s feelings. With this mind, it is a good time for me to say that the current president of the United States, Donald Trump is a lying weasel. That greedy fat fat ass will burn in hell. By the way, here’s a mash up.